Oct 29-31 2018
Expanding your Creativity with Time/Motion Techniques –
Oct 29- 31 2018
Members $695 Non-Members $745
Are you looking for ideas of how to make your photography more creative? Are you tired of all your images looking alike? Getting creative with Time/Motion techniques is sure to help. Make your image unique and memorable by expanding the way you photograph. Some of the time/motion techniques we will explore include: working with strong neutral density filters to allow us to take multiple minute exposures in broad daylight, we will work with blending modes to take multiple images to create motion, or take multiple images to create time lapse videos. We will mix classroom sessions with field sessions, allowing you to try all the shooting techniques, and then bring them into the digital classroom to create stunning images. After this workshop you will have a whole new toolset, allowing you to create dynamic photographs.
Camera with adjustable settings
Neutral Density filters –15 stop neutral density filter and optional variable neutral density filter for shorter exposures
I recommend either Singh-Ray; Haida; Breakthrough Photography; Lee; Tiffen or Hoya Sturdy tripod
Intervalometer cable release or bulb timer/intervalometer built in
LEWIS KEMPER is widely recognized as a photographer, writer, and instructor, lecturing throughout the United States. He currently is a Contributing Editor to Outdoor Photographer. He was the photographer for, “Ancient Ancestors of the Southwest”, published by Graphic Arts Center Publishing. Kemper’s monograph, “Capturing the Light” won the People’s Choice Awards in Fine Art in the 2009 Photography.Book.Now competition. His publication “Photographing Yosemite Digital Field Guide” was voted in the top 20 field guides. Lewis’ DVD, “My Stretch of the River: A Photographer’s Journal”, features a years worth of photography and journal entries on the American River in Sacramento, CA. His latest publications are photo guide apps, “Yosemite National Park SNAPPGuide” and “Yellowstone National Park SNAPPGuide”.